A continuing water crisis in Flint, Michigan, is shattering the perception that only residents of poor countries are denied access to this basic human right.
Women turn to environmental activism later in life due to health concerns, deep community investments, and, according to 75-year-old Peggy Gish, because they have "more freedom to get around, to have time—to get arrested!”
Because of its potential, and the fact that the skills can be taught and strengthened throughout a lifetime, self-regulation is a promising intervention for the health impacts of racism.
Kennedy is retiring and a SCOTUS fight is upon us. This is not politics as usual. This is survival. The Democrats must treat it as such or be forever infamous for preemptive surrender.
More people were killed by Maria than by the terrorist attacks of 9/11. This time, we can't blame anyone but ourselves.
District Court Judge Mark Derrick routinely levies punitive fines for misdemeanors. And when defendants can't pay, their court fees and troubles start to add up.